A recent legal opinion that the illegal taking or killing of migratory birds under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act does not include incidental taking or killing could have adverse effects on waterfowl.
Readers have enquiring minds, and I receive many thoughtful letters throughout the year. I always am glad to help. It’s time again for a round of exchanges that should be of general interest to shotgunners.
The Ruffed Grouse Society recently issued a public letter with a call to action regarding the proposed Indiana listing.
For those needing yet another reason to yearn for your college days, the appeal just got a bit stronger.
The best time to train is when you are “in the zone,” as a dog will sense this and become a willing and contented member of the working team.
I have spent nearly 50 years in sage grouse country and I seldom hunt them anymore, simply because they don’t provide much challenge on the wing.
Alaska grousing within reach of a road.
This is the second Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest win for Storm, whose painting of a pair of redheads in flight over a North Dakota pothole was featured on the 2004-’05 stamp.
A return trip for doves, pigeons and bass.
When it comes to “volume shooting,” Mexico and Central and South America traditionally have been the big draws for American sportsmen, so when we heard that Soar No More Wingshooting Company was offering hot-barreled action for pigeons and doves in southwest Idaho, our group had to give it a try.
Last-gasp partridge on the steep & slippery.
Hunting scoters & brant on the Eastern Shore.